According to a report by the Prescott Valley Tribune, former Indiana University Hoosier Troy Williams was arrested and charged with assault and disorderly conduct by Prescott Valley Policy in Prescott Valley, Arizona – a northern suburb of Arizona.
At the current moment, there are no further details on the arrest.
Troy Williams was a former Indiana University forward that played for the Hoosiers between 2013–2016 before going undrafted in the 2016 NBA draft. The Hampton, Virginia native spent the past several years riding between NBA rosters and G-League rosters with his latest stint playing with the Northern Arizona Suns of the NBA G League.
The Northern Arizona Suns released Troy Williams from the team shortly after the incident.
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6 Replies to “Former IU forward Troy Williams arrested for assault, disorderly conduct”
Troy Williams was a great player and role model while playing for Indiana University. He endured some tough times while Tom Crean was rebuilding IU’s winning tradition. Troy was a loyal and tough competitor who won over the IU fans with his athleticism and determination. My guess is that this situation will go away and he will continue his life and be successful and happy.
He assaulted his pregnant girlfriend during a minor domestic dispute. I hope the felony charges against him don’t go anywhere.
The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree it appears. KARMA. While he never gave his biological father a chance to defend himself in his eyes, he will now see what it is like to be portrayed as the BAD GUY when he really isn’t. Always told you it was 2 sides to every story, good luck trying to tell your side. Let me know how that turns out Troy. Good Luck.
He is a young man with a lot of potential and skills on the court and everyone make mistakes at least you’re not have his whole life destroyed our reputation destroyed for making that mistake and he still young and has a lot on his plate and he’s learning doing this whole process he’s been going through and his life he is still learning how to be a good player and a good man keep up the good work Troy
I worked for IDOC when he was playing and his Father was in my custody, he wanted nothing but the best for his son. And I think Troy will be just fine in love with or without basketball.